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Nehanda a symbol of resistance

THE construction of Mbuya Nehanda’s statue is a bold statement of who we are as Zimbabweans. This country has...

COVID-19 second wave: Zim ups its game

By Patience Rusare recently in Mutare AS the world continues to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, coronavirus cases are...

Analysis

Celebrating the Museum of African Liberation

By Dr Tafataona Mahoso THE Museum of African Liberation, whose site President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa will soon be dedicating,...

Going back to the basics

THE 2021 Budget presented by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube last week reverted to the basics of economics.

Why we must acquire knowledge

Columns

Oranges: Zimbabwe’s Eden

CITRUS plantations have been established in Zimbabwe since the 1920s.   In March 1922, the citrus estates of Zimbabwe...

Peanuts: The root of a true indigenous Zim crop

ZIMBABWE boasts several indigenous peanut strains that have been grown in the country since the late Iron Age.  It...

Opinion

Whose emissaries are you?

WHOSE emissaries are you, you raucous voices clamouring that the laws of the land should be changed to allow children to access...

Economy: Unity of purpose key

By Elton P. Ziki IN the process of personal development and self-actualisation one needs to acknowledge his or her...

An open letter

Feature

Unsung heroes of the First Chimurenga…role of Chief Mbari’s people

By Martin Chihoka and Garai Donald Barahanga PARAMOUNT Chief Mbari of the Shumba Gurundoro clan, the ruler of Harare...

History through statues

By Eunice Masunungure PRESIDENT EMMERSON MNANGAGWA recently said the Government decided to honour Mbuya Nehanda for her heroic acts...

Cotton: Zim’s white gold

Business

UK threatens wildlife management in Africa

By Emmanuel Koro OBSERVERS worldwide are appalled by the proposed British Government anti-trophy hunting imports Bill. 

Zimbabwe and China strengthen ties

ZIMBABWE’s potential as an attractive tourist and investment destination is estimated at US$4 trillion. As the country opens up...

Farming

Agric reforms after independence

AFTER independence, agricultural performance in Zimbabwe was mainly directed by four central policy frameworks, namely: The ‘growth with equity programme’ pursued by...

Time to improve yields

DEPRESSED yields were recorded in the agricultural sector over the past decades resulting in Government putting in place programmes promoting adherence to...

Arts

Heirloom chickens: Part Two…the politics, protocol and gender matrix of the...

FROM the pre-colonial annals of history to present day Zimbabwe, almost every indigenous clan or group of the Shona peoples were obliged...

Lewis Ngara on fire

By Fidelis Manyange PROMINENT UK-based gospel artiste Lewis Ngara who has been riding high on local radio stations has...

Advice to musicians

Sha Sha the star

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Chatham House Report: Zimbabwe’s International Re-engagement The Long Haul...

By: Knox Chitiyo and Steve Kibble Download full document here

ZANU PF Election Manifesto

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